Nick Corble’s most popular book is Walking on Water: Exploring the Arteries of England. Showing 30 distinct works.
Nick Corble’s most popular book is Walking on Water: Exploring the Arteries of England. Walking on Water: Exploring the Arteries of England by. Nick Corble (Goodreads Author).
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Something had clearly changed. Still, she was coming out. That had to be significant. I systematically worked down my father’s list. d my walk I would just keep the house. Maybe I would live in Pasadena for a while. At this point anything was possible. Kailamai flew in from Spokane on Thursday night around six. Kailamai was the young woman I had rescued from a group of men just outside of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.
Walking on Water book. Published September 15th 2013 by Nick Corble (first published November 28th 2000).
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Like many others, Nick Corble was confused. Unsure of where his country was going, he decided to get engaged rather than enraged. Using only public footpaths, Diagonal Walking traces a walk along a unique line cut at 45 degrees through the very centre of the county. Starting just north of Liverpool and ending on the south coast of Kent, Nick passed through affluence and austerity. Writing with disarming honesty, he chronicles what he discovered, not only about his fellow countrymen, but also about the state of the nation itself as it faced its greatest challenge for generations.
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